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. at cesar chavez, we are currently installing 6000 square feet of gardens. we have done that in conjunction with the planning department, the bureau of urban forestry, and the puc. this has been a project that has taken two years in working. i think the end product is that we have come up with a much more beautiful plan for that area, and it has been completely consistent with the better streets plan. we benefited from all the work that has gone into the creation of that plan, and we have adhered to it throughout. the communication between departments has been excellent. supervisor weiner: thank you. cesar chavez has been a model program. hopefully other streets -- streets can be improved in the same way. with the others, we are stuck with what we have got for a while. but it has been a great project. >> good afternoon. i am the president of dog patch neighborhood association and chairman of green trust sf, which is a nonprofit in the central neighborhood which deals with trying to bring our existing infrastructure, sidewalks, and land. we have been working with san francisco beautiful on t
spots in downtown san josi, the playa at cesar chavez. everyone is looking for relief and some are more desperate than others to get that. bob broumas spent last night blasting two fans and even had the windows opened. his air conditioner hasn't worked for two days and the 75- year-old was getting worried. >> it's not good. a lot of older people, you know, they die in this heat like this. >> i'm going to keep it throw flowing. >> reporter: technicians are work through the holiday weekend, helping those in need during the hot streak. >> it's been extremely busy. we ever been experiencing a high volume of calls per day. so we had to hire some additional staff. >> reporter: technicians say they prioritize calls to the elderly or those with young children because of health concerns. and those who don't have air conditioning found relief playing in the water. it was crowded most of the day at the fountains of plaza cesar chavez and if not in the water, they were near this man, who had quite a postable day selling popsicles. these moms made sure they had plenty of drinking water on- hand f
años, por complicaciones post operatorias, richard era el menor de los hermacnos de cesar chavez, la fecha y el lugar no a sido dada a cocner >>> los clientes del banco american ya podran tener un plan para salvar su patrimonio, un programa que se llama keep your home en california >>> no aparecer la boletos en noviembre, pero hoy la jueza termino que la medida viola una ley que solo las autoridades pueden regular los procesos medicos >>> se acab el tiempo y miles de estudiantes no se han vacunado >>> se esta llevando a cabo una clinica de vacunacion >>> estamos al frente de los departamento de santa clara donde llegan los padres con muchos de sus hijos y tiene que hacer este requisito en donde se comprubeq los estudiantes están vacunados y este es el principal requisitos y deben recibir es vacunas >>> estas son las reacciones >>> si exactamente hay una nueva ley en esado de california y todos los estudiantes entrando el septimo grado hasta el 12 tiene que mostrar prueba que tiene su vacuna >>> para evitar posibles contagios, hay que estar preparado >>> más vale prevenir que lamen
and say happy cesar chavez' birthday. yesterday was his birthday. yes, thank you. [applause] nowruz is about renewal. we all know that. we iranians take nowruz as a new day, so it is a time that we cleanse ourselves physically and spiritually. just before the nowruz arrives, we clean our environment, we clean houses, we wear new clothes, top to bottom, and when nowruz arias, the first 12 days, we cleanse ourselves spiritually. we let go of resentment, of the ugliness of hate, and we come together by visiting each other. then, on the 13th day, we finished it up by going outside, spending the time to gather in the open spaces and connecting with nature. so thank you very much, everybody, for coming here to celebrate this renewal with us and expanding and extending our family of immigrants and non- immigrants. thank you very much. [applause] i like to introduce the host of the event, a wonderful man, whom i have known for the past 20 years, who i proudly call a friend, who loves the city, who knows the city, and every part of it, every part of its operation. and who has brought peace a
. at cesar chavez, we are currently installing 6000 square feet of gardens. feet of gardens. we have done that in conjunction
things important to the community. people gathered here at bell park near cesar chavez academy for a first, fireworks in east palo alto for the 4th of july and the 28th anniversary of the city. in the past, the only fireworks in east palo alto were illegal or worst, gunfire. >> this is a good start to make sure people understand that it's not safe to use illegal fireworks and to join this event so we can actually save lives as well as make sure people are safe. >> reporter: palo alto is especially proud that private donors came up with the $18,000 to put on the free show. while other communities decided to let fireworks go this year because of budget woes. >> three years ago we had 16 homicides in this community. two years ago we had eight, last year we had four, and this year we've had two and we hope that's where it stays. we have a lot to celebrate and i think the turn around is time. . >> reporter: certainly something worth celebrating on the 4th of july weekend here in east palo alto. lots of folks happy this happy. >>> thank you we have a complete list of shows happening
affects the character of those neighborhoods. cesar chavez is similar in that is why, loud and does not have much personality. i could see why supervisors would not give much thought into which big business is complete. but the nearby neighborhoods and no longer have an independent pharmacy, small office supply shop, or in the case of 24 street, are in danger of losing its only family-owned hardware store. if a nationwide pet store or bookstore chain came in, that would be it for us. i've seen it happen in manhattan. the neighborhoods take on a bland repetitiveness and you could be anywhere. people come to san francisco because they find businesses that are not the same cookie cutter thing everywhere they go. i am -- [tone] supervisor mar: thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors. i own bow wow meow. i'm here in support of this legislation. i think it's a step in the right direction. while we are mostly talking about the fiscal impact on the small retailers, you have to understand there's a bigger impact. while some types of small businesses have disappeared, the pet category is on
to be in the company of illuminaries like cesar chavez. people making a difference, but to people's hearts. giving people a sense of tangible hope. one thing is to be famous, it is quite another for people to like you. i am grateful for this award. it is another blessing. i do not take it for granted. this is an incredible city. everywhere i go, i tell everyone that this is the atlantis of today. there is no other city in the world -- i have been everywhere. there is nothing like san francisco. in fact, to me, it is not even the united states. you can see how fox network always attacks us. we do not have an inferiority complex. we just do not follow blindly. we question authority. as i said before, a person for person, there are more artists and con artists in the bay area. >> you are someone who has identified so strongly with the bay area. a lot of it reflects the values that you also identify with. i know that you have been promoting an idea for a work of public art that could be pretty transformative. could you talk about that? >> peace brother is something that i saw, i think in the 1980's th
, right off of cesar chavez. they ride the t-line to get to their post and back. we have folks that are dedicated to the k-t line on a daily basis. they do monthly focused inspections at different stations along third street. we have the muni transit assistance that are concentrating in the bay view area. they write buses and trains throughout the area. they are a uniformed presence to be -- to deter crime. we work closely with the bayview district police station, with the fare inspectors and the muni transit assistants. we look at different hot spot locations. we work with the sfpd. we use their numbers to deploy the muni response team, and we see the areas where we have major concerns. we will deploy the inspectors with the muni response team out there also. john mentioned the pco's. they held go out, and they go to different locations on the lines. if there are traffic problems, they can direct traffic and help the transit vehicles get through safely and in a speedy manner. supervisor cohen, you mentioned switchbacks. we have tfi's the go out and perform customer service tha
departments has been excellent. supervisor weiner: thank you. cesar chavez has been a model program. hopefully other streets -- streets can be improved in the same way. with the others, we are stuck with what we have got for a while. but it has been a great project. >> good afternoon. i am the president of dog patch neighborhood association and chairman of green trust sf, which is a nonprofit in the central neighborhood which deals with trying to bring our existing infrastructure, sidewalks, and land. we have been working with san francisco beautiful on this situation. we want to urge you stick with the original order discouraging mounting any utility boxes on the sidewalks. if there are alternatives such as undergrounding or placed on private property. we are a historic district in dog patch. while it is nice there is extra consideration being made for a historic district, i don't understand why there is. i think every district is important in every neighborhood should be beautiful. with green trust, a private individuals have worked hours and hours with their own time and money, writing for
as had he it try to make this an annual tradition. they led everybody out to the field at cesar chavez academy. of course, they are celebrating independence day, but they are also celebrating the birth of this city. it's east palo alto's 2th anniversary. [ applause [ applause ] >> reporter: and we just shot this video of the fireworks about 15-20 minutes ago. city leaders admit this would only be a modest 20-minute display, but i can tell you, people seemed empressed with the fireworks tonight. east palo alto was also able to put on this $18,000 show with the help from community sponsors and no taxpayer dollars. you know what at a time when other cities are scaling back or canceling fireworks all together, people told me this event goes a long way to building community pride. >> reporter: what do you like about the fireworks? >> the colors. it's like a rainbow. >> i lope we have many more. >> reporter: why is this important, do you think? >> it is celebrating how long we have been here. >> reporter: now police are also hoping the promise of big fireworks might cut down on the people
's history. just as we teach about the impact of say martin luther king, jr. or cesar chavez, but gays history says the bill's author san francisco state senator mark leno is bean censored because -- well, they're gay. >> we just want to include this community as well as all the others. we are probably the last one to be included. >> reporter: what rankles the republicans is that the bill states that the history lessons concerning days must all be positive. >> one thing to record history. it's another thing to say we're only going to present the positive aspect and we're not going to record the reality. >> reporter: so this would bar anything negative being taught about face with or transgenders or anybody else. >> just as we currently prohibit any kind of bias or discriminatory information regarding african-americans in the classroom or mexican- americans in the classroom. >> we have seen in california a history of pushing the home sexual agenda in legislation. we have seen it being pushed in the education system at every, single level. >> if the gay agenda is for full inclusion in so
. >> reporter: the cesar chavez park is open, it's a place to cool off and it's free today. >>> bay area air quality officials have not declared a spare the air day for tomorrow, the 4th of july. >>> it certainly was another summer sizzler today. let's check in with meteorologist mark tamayo to see just how hot it got in the bay area. >> reporter: look at inland, a completely different story, quite a few triple digits to report for concord, fairfield, antioch and morgan hill 96- degree. outside right now we have a fog free condition, still pretty mild in the area. the heat advisory that was in place that expired earlier this evening. but we still have warm numbers out there. just updated a few numbers, we're checking those right now. livermore at this 10:00 hour 78. san jose 69 with that sea breeze cooling off san francisco already checking in at 60 degrees. we do have mostly clear skies for the most part across the bay area. coming up we'll run this forecast model. let you know when the fog returns and temperature changes you can expect for the fourth of july. >>> crews in livermore are wor
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yet of complications from surgery. he and his brother, cesar chavez built the united workers of america. during his work with the union, chavez organized boycotts of table grapes and were in union contracts. he was 81 years old. >>> let's say good morning and check in with sal. i know you're watching the traffic but you're watching the bridges too. >> yes we're watching the bridges because they are very important to this morning's traffic. there's a little bit of fog that you have to deal with this morning. on the san mateo bridge we're looking good here driving across to the high rise and to the peninsula. on 280 that traffic looks very nice through downtown. it's 5:08, let's go with steve. >> sal. >> yes, sir. >> big trade for the giants are you happy. >> good, good bat to have. temperatures yesterday warmed up inland by the coast, just that fog hanging on. so, inland areas it burns off and it's sunny and we warm up. but i think we topped out yesterday or we will just carry it into today. fog, and it's clear, even in areas that warm up into the 90s they get up into the uppe
with his brother, cesar chavez, they built the united farm workers of america. during his work with the union, chavez organized boycotts of table grapes. he was in charge of administering union contracts and many other things. richard chavez was 81 years old. >>> time now is 6:09. we want to go back over to sal for a look at traffic this morning. >> pam and dave good morning. the traffic is actually moving along relatively well around the bay area. as you can see, if you were to drive to 237 you really wouldn't hate the commute. in the traffic term, hate a strong word. but right now it's looking good. interstate880 both directions trafficking moving along nicely. but this is before things start getting busy. i'm happy to tell you that we're not seeing a lot of problems on the road right now. as you look at the commute. the traffic continues to move along very nicely. as we check in with contra costa county. we're seeing a little more clearing. 680 looks good just south of the bene kr-rbg cia bridge all the way to beautiful sunol california. >> it looks like the north bay is get
traffic is already stacking up on northbound 101 beyond cesar chavez and unfortunately, these delays are growing. we are going to be following this one for the rest of the morning. in the meantime, back to you. >> thank you. one of the biggest firefighting tools in the world will not be ready at a moment's notice in california anymore. anser hassan is in morgan hill to explain the cost-cutting move. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. cal fire says it's the best choice among poor alternatives. the state budget cuts are forcing cal fire to cancel its $7 million contract with the nation's largest air tanker. these dc-10 planes are used to drop fire retardant over huge fires that break out in california. the contract is with a southern california company. these planes can carry about 1,000 gallons of fire retardant. so why is this so important? well, first, these planes are the first line of defense against a major fire and they are also 10 times bigger than the next largest plane cal fire has at its disposal. cal fire says they will use the plane on what's known as a call when nee
signed the legislation today. >> martin luther king, cesar chavez, harvey milt all three are associated with civil-rights the only two are mentioned in the california schools but now that will change with the legislation signed by the governor it means a contribution by gay, lesbian bisexual and transgender people can no longer be excluded from the classroom each district will decide what will be taught and how it will be taught meaning what is taught in san francisco will be different than what is taught in modesto. while different, it will still have to be taught in the classroom. >> all students will feel safe in all students will feel better included and get an enriched learning experience. >> he is a recent high- school graduate and a member of the gay and straight alliance network he explains about hearing like people about harvey milk would have helped him when he was in school. >> it would have showed me that it does get better and i can get better for myself and that there are people that i can look forward to being like and people whose footsteps i can fall to help make it
-- out toward cesar chavez park maybe 73. a little warmer down there in the buildings but still on the cool side. it's fire season in the bay area, it just taking a little bit of the edge off. by the end of the week and early in the weekend, temperatures start to come up. but really a moist cool weather pattern. indications are that low is going to come back, again. so long range forecast are for this mild weather to continue into next week. >> we had a mild summer last summer too. thank you bill. >>> the crew of the space shuttle atlantis got some welcome news today. nasa extended the last flight by an extra day. atlantis is docked at the international space station delivering a year worth of groceries including fresh fruit and other supplies. >>> it appears arnold schwarzenegger is moving on from his failed marriage by focusing on his acting career. arnold schwarzenegger signed back to the production company. he and his wife maria shriver are in the middle of a divorce after he admitted to fathering a child with their housekeeper. >>> and a fan almost falls over a rail while t
. san jose you have low clouds when we wake up. downtown san jose, down toward -- out toward cesar chavez park maybe 73. a little warmer down there in the buildings but still on the cool side. it's fire season in the bay area, it just taking a little bit of the edge off. by the end of the week and early in the weekend, temperatures start to come up. but really a moist cool weather pattern. indications are that low is going to come back, again. so long range forecast are for this mild weather to continue into next week. >> we had a mild summer last summer too. thank you bill. >>> the crew of the space shuttle atlantis got some welcome news today. nasa extended the last flight by an extra day. atlantis is docked at the international space station delivering a year worth of groceries including fresh fruit and other supplies. >>> it appears arnold schwarzenegger is moving on from his failed marriage by focusing on his acting career. arnold schwarzenegger signed back to the production company. he and his wife maria shriver are in the middle of a divorce after he >>> mark is here now wit
is jamming up, we have new reports of an issue southdown 1 01 at cesar chavez. apparently it is an injury accident now blocking the number for lang, the delays at the bay bridge toll plaza i will show you that in my next report. on to weather with james. >> we are showing use of fog over san francisco cannot see the top of the trans america pyramid for all of that fog. this is what it will look like, for the entire week it will have continued cooling and friday things will change and begin a gradual warm up in time for the weekend a complete failure forecast coming up in just a minute. it >> a developing story that we are falling out of pittsburg, police are investigating a second shooting on the delta of dianza trail happened just before midnight, the police responded to gunshots can and as they arrived, they received reports of other gunshots fired in here. at the police did find a victim along the trail back over at railroad avenue and that is where we find will tran--will tran this morning is live at the scene. >> investigators are here eight hours live after the shooting they're g
.m. and if you want a catchy far worse before monday east palo alto is going-of fire were said cesar chavez said care may 930 to marron depicted. and follow safety tips and state regulations. therein this is a list of some of that this city's day you can use fire works. couple big story we're following wall street we've had quite rate for the dow jones industrial it started all 11,00939 we are now at 12,00540 and bay area weather as temperatures continued to rise it'll be 93 degrees in land nice and around the coast in the '60s and hot in land sunday and monday may have hundred degrees on sunday we'll see the fog return late monday and don't forget the fire trucks on the the night of july 4th. and don't forget dr.phil is coming ups next.
and there is a cesar chavez day. that should tell you everything. >> andrea: bob, all i can say is -- we're so happy you're not running a day care center. >> greg: it would be the funnest day care center ever and i'd enroll. >> andrea: i'd stay far away. lever it there. >> bob: bad idea. >> andrea: coming up on "the five." sick of casey anthony yet? too bad. she might head back to court. we will give you the latest details in the sensational case. crumpletime for n.f.l. owners and players. will you be tailgating this year? "the five" will be right bac hi, anne. how are you doing? hi, evelyn. i know it's been a difficult time since your mom passed away. yeah. i miss her a lot, but i'm okay. wow. that was fast. this is the check i've been waiting for. mom had a guaranteed acceptance life insurance policy through the colonial penn program, and this will really help with the cost of her final expenses. they have been so helpful and supportive during this time. maybe i should give them a call. i really could use some more life insurance. is it affordable? it costs less t that's pretty affordable, huh? le
. >> cesar chavez, this is the main artery of east l.a. one of the most active and vibrant streets in all of los angeles. >> reporter: it's no accident that director chris weitz chose these streets for his film "a better life." tens of thousands of imgrants now call this area home. >> this country is a land of dreams. it can be a hard place. a cool place. >> reporter: in the film, a mexican gardener lives quietly and illegally in los angeles, until his truck is stolen. carrying away his dream of a brighter future for his son. >> i don't know what's going to happen to us. >> it's based on a true story. one of our producers had a friend whose gardener had his truck stolen. the friend said, we've got to go to the police, and the gardener said, you don't understand, i can't go to the police. >> if you're looking down to santiago -- >> reporter: committed to an authentic look and feel, weitz hired a mexican actor largely unknown in the u.s., along with new immigrants, to help him understanded struggles of undocumented workers. >> action! >> i've lived here for 20 years and i really felt i didn
. northbound 101, 280 we were telling people is the alternate is pretty jammed from at least cesar chavez. that's our biggest hotspot. we are also tracking one along the peninsula northbound 101 approaching rangesdorf avenue. the accident cleared off the shoulder but check the slow traffic for your right on the peninsula. that is your traffic. for hopefully better news for your forecast, here's lawrence. >> yeah. not as many hot spots around the bay area and i think that's probably good news as we are cooling the temperature down a bit overlooking the financial district in san francisco. we have some patchy fog out at the bay, cooler temperatures on the way 280 still a few low 90s inland, 70s and out at the bay, 50s and 60s at the coast. cooler temperatures toward the weekend and well into next week. ,,,,,,,, >>> we saw traditional july 4th celebrations, this wasn't one of them if you were barbecuing watching fireworks. what a way to spend your fourth skiing. this was in utah, winter record snowfall, more than 65 feet, the longest skiing season ever. of course you can go to the lake. hit the sl
sort of community heros it picks are liberal icons like cesar chavez. i think the objective of the slant, it actively promotes government funded child care and health care. >> that is surprising. >> it also suggests it's free, that if the government just did it, it would be free. it says that it's a real burden on american families that we don't have community child care and community health care, and other countries like denmark and vietnam have free public child care and there's no mention that you have to pay taxes to support this. >> is this an excerpt from the book? >> yeah. >> child care is not free for most people in the united states. in vietnam child care is free or costs very little. this makes it easier for parents to work. >> after that it says sort of a leading question, do you think child care ought to be free? the obvious answer, of course, especially if you're a third grader. >> this can be insidious, no matter what the bias is, whether it's conservative or liberal. especially for young children, they're reading it and they don't know that it's biased. >> exa
, but this is the fountain and cesar chavez and square. this is where many people come when it gets hot. we will show you some pictures here of kids this is what they do, they run around to stay cool, it will be in the 90s today for the third or fourth day in a row, maybe not as hot as it has been in recent days but hot enough for kids to want to do something like this to stay out of the hot weather. bring your kids here, the parent certainly enjoy it. as you can see, coming back here to the fountain this is something that you definitely want to run into and around as much as you can. you can see above that this is a sunny day will be hot as well. certainly tailor-made for coming out to the fountain here as people often do in many cities where they have public fountains. >> clint, do not be such a pooper!! >> we have loyal viewers. it is the fourth of july give them a reason to watch, get in the >> ok, my feeder getting wet. >> what i have let will of f? nope. the morning still is young. >> ok i put my finger in there. >> now look at the seven day around the bay, it will stay high today and how tom
, at cesar chavez, that's a bad idea today. get on on one of the ramps down down-- downtown. you can get on atth street, an -- sand let's -- you can get onth street as well. we've had very heavy traffic. northbound 101 at 85 in san jose. a two-car crash, so the south bay getting a little bit of slow traffic. 6 0 southbound at treat boulevard -- 680 been at treat boulevard. then it slows from walnut creek down to alamo. 4 looks good to the tunnel. let's go to steve. >> that's a long way. >> i know. >>> there is a big fog bank out this way. it will mean cooler weather. still some -- still some 80s and 90s. boy, did the heat wave kick in. even in san francisco, we had some upper 70s an 80s. that all inned -- and os. temperatures, 60s, 70s has the wag 1 fog has increased. i put this -- has -- has the fog making this an increase. >>> casey anthony will stay in jail a little bit longer. you can see it's quite busy down there. earlier this morning, she was sentenced four years in prison for ling to the veevs. for lying to the law enforcement officials. >>> coming up -- new details about a deadl
but just extra busy. northbound 101 near cesar chavez reports of an accident blocking the road. traffic slow both directions through the central freeway, as well. looks like sluggish as well on the skyway. metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza. that's a look at traffic. here's kristy with your forecast. >> thanks a lot, gianna. more warm weather in store today just like we had yesterday. plenty of sunshine. we are seeing clouds today, more than yesterday. but blue skies today and inland temperatures into the 90s once again. east bay seeing temperatures here mid- to high 70s. cooler at the coast in the low 60s. cloud cover there into the afternoon. we will cool off for friday and then bump up a few degrees for your weekend. a nice weekend in store with gradual cooling continuing for the workweek. so later on in the week temperatures in the high 80s in our warmest spots. ,,,,,,,, >>> well, there it >>> well, there it is. sadly, we'll never see this again. the space shuttle landing at kennedy space center bright and early this morning before sunrise. "atlantis" and its four c
. you do have that wait at the toll plaza. peninsula side, northbound 101 an accident there as cesar chavez. 20 some folks taking 280, others sticking on 101. slow approaching the interchange on both freeways. 237 at 85 both a little slow from earlier accidents. laura, back to you. >> for the latest traffic and news updates check out nbc bay area morning news on facebook. i'll have another local news update for you in about half an hour. david who are meez >>> thursday morning, 21st day of july, 2011. and take a look at some of the nice people out rockefeller plaza this morning beating the heat and enjoying this sunshine and some of us standing in soapy water here. not sure what's going on here. yeah. it's all right. a a little water fun never hurt anybody. i'm matt lauer with savannah guthrie. ann is taking the day off. all roker and natalie morales joins us as well. coming up, do it yourself projects and we'll try to keep our fingers and toes. we'll have great advice on ways to stay safe when you're taking on projects in your home. >> all right. then our bow to wow segment. taking
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